My exhibition is now one day away!
Here’s a sneak peek of the Embodiment collection. Hope you can make it.
Thursday, 5:30-7:30 pm, presentation 6:30, New Smyrna Beach, Springhill Suites.
Saturday, 9:30-11:30 am, presentation 10:30, Winter Park Chamber of Commerce.
Embodiment: discovering self through the exposition of body parts
Our bodies, our beings–beautiful, holy, worthy of honor–carry with them a collection of stories that reveal our unique selves. Whether it is a memory of a haircut gone wrong, a finger wearing a ring from a loved one, legs that finished an incredible race, ab flab that marked the birth of a baby or midlife menopause, or breasts that survived cancer; our bodies encapsulate a lifetime of experiences and emotions: happy, sad, laughable, heart-wrenching, empowering. These short stories with images, Illuminate our shades of gray, our depth, our essence.
Hair: In which a grandmother’s candor influences the decision to go totally natural.
Head: In which a childhood slumber party allows big heads to prevail, literally and figuratively.
Eyes: In which lifelong vision problems are examined through different lenses.
Nose: In which landing the lead in a school production turns out to be anything but an honor.
Mouth: In which a freak accident sparks a heightened appreciation of the human spirit.
Breasts: In which implants are augmented by discussion: Does size really matter?
Heart: In which a simple question traces the origin of stories.
Hands: In which family history is mined from an opal ring and an open palm.
Legs: In which a life without limbs sends the message to “carry on.”